I am still very happy and euphoric after my wonderful birthday celebrations and I don't want to come down to earth. I had a very nice little celebration in work today and received a very welcome Amazon Gift Voucher.
I have not got round to getting time for catching up with blogs and I apologise. I think things may simmer down by Saturday. I have included the first part of a soundtrack list I have made about my life. My darling is putting it together for me. These are the songs that mean something to me from the first thirty years.
1950 Good Night Irene Frank Sinatra (My dad used to sing this to my mam, though her name was Cissie)
1951 Too Young Nat King Cole (Loved Nat King Cole even as a child)
1952 Heart in My Heart Al Martino (Another song my dad sang)
1953 How Much is That Doggy in the Window (Every little kid of the 50's loved this one)
1954 Oh Mein Papa Eddie Calvert (Made me Cry)
1955 Mambo Italiano Rosemary Clooney (Memories of family parties)
1956 What Will Be Will Be Doris Day (Took me a few decades to live by this song)
1957 Singing the Blues Guy Mitchell (My favourite uncle looked so like Guy Mitchell)
1958 Magic Moments Perry Como (My Auntie Theresa used to swoon over him)
1959 Volare Dean Martin (Family times again)
1960 What Do You Want to Make Those Eyes at Me For Emile Ford ( My mam loved this song)
1961 Sailor Pet Clarke (My first crush was on my cousin's sailor boyfriend Bryan)
1962 Lovesick Blues Frank Ifield (Loved this song)
1963 Sweets for My Sweet The Searchers (Fab Liverpool group)
1964 Little Children Billy J Kramer (My first boyfriend asked my brothers and sister to listen to this)
1965 I Got You Babe Sonny and Cher (Oh yes, loved it)
1966 These Boots are Made for Walking Nancy Sinatra (Memories of a wonderful auntie and her boots)
1967 This is My Song Pet Clarke (Loved this sentimental song)
1968 What a Wonderful World Louis Armstrong (Brilliant Song)
1969 Albatross Fleetwood Mac (One of the best instrumenatals ever)
1970 Band of Gold Freda Payne (My son's first favourite song as a baby called it "The YaYa")
1971 My Sweet Lord GeorgeHarrison (Great Song, wasn;t a great George Harrison fan but loved this)
1972 Clair Gilbert O’Sullivan (My second daughter is called after this song)
1973 Angel Fingers Wizzard (My eldest daughters favourite song as a baby)
1974 Annie’s Song John Denver ( Thought it was about perfect love, pity is wasn't)
1975 Sailing Rod Stewart (Makes me cry)
1976 Don’t Go Breaking My Heart Kiki Dee & Elton John (Love it the first time I heard it.
1977 When I Need You Leo Sayer (Emotional memories with this one)
1978 Three Times a Lady Commadores (Yes more emotion)
1979 I Will Survive Gloria Gaynor (I did)
1980 Just Like Starting Over John Lennon (Loved it)
The second part of the soundtrack coming next week.
I will be weighing in tomorrow but am expecting at least a 7 pound gain, but it was FUN!!!